Food science research summaries. Volume 3 / Lucille Monaco Cacioppo, editor.
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|Subject:||Agriculture > Research.
Food > Research.
Nutrition > Research.
- ISBN: 9781631179112
- ISBN: 163117911X
- Physical Description: 1 online resource.
- Publisher: New York : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., 
- Copyright: ©2014
|Formatted Contents Note:|| FOOD SCIENCE RESEARCH SUMMARIES. VOLUME 3; FOOD SCIENCE RESEARCH SUMMARIES. VOLUME 3; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; CONTENTS; PREFACE; TECHNOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF PAN BREAD PRODUCED WITH THE ADDITION OF COMMERCIAL RESISTANT STARCH OR UNRIPE BANANA FLOUR; IMPORTANCE OF FRENCH-TYPE BREAD IN BRAZILIAN DIET; EFFECT OF ADDING ASCORBIC ACID ON THE QUALITY OF SLICED LOAF WITH PARTIAL SUBSTITUTION OF AMARANTH FLOUR (AMARANTHUS CAUDATUS) AND WHEAT BRAN (TRITICUM AESTIVUM); MAIZE BREAD: HEALTHY AND SAFE; NUTRITIONAL QUALITY OF PROTEINS IN BREADS.
Fiber-enriched bread as an aid in the nutritional management of dislipemic patientseffect of different pineapple juice (ananas comosus l.) preparations on the microstructure, staling and textural properties of wheat bread; nutritional and technological characteristics of gluten-free and low glycemic index baking products; experimental design for the evaluation of bread protein quality; packaging and required protection for the preservation of bread functional compounds.
Gastrointestinal health promotion via bread consumption: elucidation of preventive effects in the etiology of pathological events along the intestinewhat is coffee?; antioxidant and free radical processes in coffee; properties and analysis of caffeine and chlorogenic acids in coffee beans; occurrence and identification of chlorogenic acids in green and roasted coffee beans; coffee roasting: accurate control for increased bioactivity; characterization of organic coffee using photothermal techniques; coffee consumption and the health of the gastrointestinal and endocrine systems.
Effects of coffee on inflammatory processesepidemiological evidence for the association of coffee consumption with cancer; coffee consumption and oxidative dna damage; coffee, caffeine and the cardiovascular system; coffee consumption and type 2 diabetes mellitus; neurological effects of coffee consumption; effects of coffee consumption during pregnancy and in young children; effects of caffeine consumption on exercise; other health-related aspects of coffee consumption; effect of ionizing radiation on polymeric food packaging materials.
Packaging optimization for minimally processed fruit and vegetablescharacterization of pla, pcl and sodium caseinate active bio-films for food packaging applications; metal-based micro and nano-composites as antimicrobials in food packaging; alternative technique for the quantitative determination of antimicrobial activity of antimicrobial packaging film containing lipophilic materials; antimicrobial packaging: lab developments and possible commercialization; evaluation of safety of recycled paper and board food contact materials; faking authenticity?; the multisensory packaging of beverages.
|Summary:|| This book compiles research summaries from a number of different focuses in the important field of food science.